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I came across BJ Gruber watching his successful YouTube series called the Queens Project and the short film on YouTube called Daddyhunt: The Serial. BJ always plays a diverse range of characters and he is a man of many talents. He was kind enough to answer a few questions for me about his life on screen.

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I found your web series on YouTube the Queens Project and from the first episode I was hooked. So I see that season three was funded on Indiegogo. Where would you like to see this series go?

My dream for the series is to have a syndicated television show. That’d make me pretty ecstatic. Season 3 is really amazing and it is set for release this summer. Ken, Ra-ey, and I edited it together.

First episode of DADDYHUNT: THE SERIAL

I also found you on Daddyhunt: the Serial, which has over 2.5 million views on YouTube. You play a guy that just moved into an apartment and you think the hot daddy down the hall is the handyman. Then some heartache and romance happens. Are you dating anyone?

I am dating someone.

I had a look at your resume and wow, you have some skills in dance, ballet, tap and hip hop, and you speak German, know hand to hand and knife and sword. Where did you learn all of these?

School. I got a degree in Theatre & Dance and used that time to learn new skills.

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I see you are also a gamer. Can you tell us a little about who BJ Gruber is?

Sure! I grew up in Richmond, Virginia and went to James Madison University. I moved to New York City six years ago and have worked in theatres all over the nation. I also work in film, tv, commercial, and print pretty regularly. I’ve also been writing, filming, and editing my own content. Check out my YouTube channel! I’ll have some new films out soon.

What is next for you on the horizon?

I’m writing, editing, and shooting some short films myself that are all about shared human experiences. So be on the lookout for those on my Instagram and YouTube channel!

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Thank you for stopping by, be sure to catch BJ Gruber on Season 3 of the Queens Project and DaddyHunt 3. Also, be sure to follow him on Instagram , subscribe to him on YouTube to find out the latest project he has been working on and you can always check out his website .

Episode 1, Season 1 of The Queens Project

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Japanese masculinity defined by art

Bara is the kind of #gaygeek anime art we can really get into.

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I’m a bit obsessed with the style of graphic art from Japan known as Bara.

Bara is a genre of the manga art-form that focuses on sex between men.

Its origins can be traced back to the early 1950s, when magazines in Japan — such as Adonis — began to focus on gay art and content.

A rough training session between a master and his student | Photo: @shiro_usagi_kurona

While Bara can vary in its style, generally it features masculine men that you could categorise as muscle-bears.

Some of the leading creators of Bara include Gengoroh Tagame — published in the magazine G-men — and Susumu Hirosegawa.

I guess you could describe Bara as the Japanese equivalent of Tom of Finland.

Anyway, it’s hot.

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